When I upload my image, I receive intensity data. However, I do not understand how the Web site p...
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by amenzel8 |
July 10, 2018 20:12 |
When I upload my image, I receive intensity data. However, I do not understand how the Web site provides absorption spectra.
So, you'll need to subtract a "clear" sample as a baseline -- there is some documentation at #absorption -- hope that helps!
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